A Replacement Life - Chapters 7 and 8 Summary & Analysis

Boris Fishman
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In Chapter 7, Slava went to visit Israel the following Friday. He’d decided to write the letter for Israel because he wanted to see if he could meet with his grandmother again in the writing of that letter as he had with the one for his grandfather. Israel told Slava that his wife had died eighteen months ago and that his son had gotten mixed up with Orthodox Jews and moved back to Israel. Slava mentioned it was good to know someone who grew up with his grandfather. Israel told Slava how Slava’s grandfather had gotten a twenty-four hour nurse by bribing the nurse and pretending to be unable to care for himself. Israel told Slava his grandfather was the type of man who could get the things he wanted for himself. He went on to tell about grandfather stealing and distributing...

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